Resizing for Gallery Wrap
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PeaNut 26,273
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Posted: 11/29/2012 5:38:53 PM
The 16x20 is the front of the image. You need room for the areas that wraps around the edges.

Depending on the depth of the wrap, you have to add to the image not just make it larger.

If it is, say 1.5" deep, you need to add 2" all around for the wrapping.
If the image is cropped tight, there is no room for the wrapped edges.
Can you go back and add crop less tight?


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Posted: 11/29/2012 6:11:20 PM
I've tried everything, it's an image of 18 people and she wants to send it to canvas people. I can make it work with a 16 x 30 but canvas people doesn't offer that size. So frazzled!


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Posted: 11/29/2012 10:40:05 PM
Not a perfect solution but if you have a program like photoshop could you crop strips of the top and bottom of the photo and add them on to your present photo. It won't be perfect but if the top is say mostly sky and the bottom grass might be doable and not too noticeable if it is on the side of the canvas, better than cropping someone out at least.


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Posted: 12/1/2012 10:34:33 PM
I would try a different canvas company. I think canvas on demand will do custom sizes.


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